Scruffypup saidHas anyone tried this one? http://www.sunwarrior.com/store/protein-raw-vegan-vanilla.html
They don't sound very serious to me.
In the "nutrition facts':
they say "calorie from fat : 5", while it indicate 1 gram of fat, and that's supposed to be 9 calories.
they say "calories 70", while 15g of protein plus 4 grams of carbs are supposed to give : (15 + 4) * 4 = 79, plus the 9 from fat, giving a total of 88.
Then, in the amino acid profile, trying to sum up the quantity of each of them, I find a total of 16600. Ok, picking visually values out the the graph is not accurate, yet the sum is around 16 grams, very far from the 100 grams indicated in the legend.
Ok, let's admit it's serving size (21g), and that they just made a mistake in legend, and that I made large rounding error....
But then, did you notice the the green bars for the sun warrior are always higher than the yellow one for eggs, excepts on two occasion and for small values ? it mean the plot doesn't represent the different percentage of amino acids between the three food, but want you to believe it just does that.
They cite clinical studies to confirm claims... without giving references. Why on earth would they NOT give reference to studies proving they have a nice product if it was true ?
In short, they make bold claims, and I suspect them to tinker data to present them in favorable light.
It doesn't mean the product is bad, it just mean that I, personally, would not trust what they say.